Golf Columnist John Ferguson offers tips on keeping your ball flight down—and explains why you might want to do so.
In short, the key is keeping the ball a little further back in your stance, or to keep your hands forward and lower throughout the swing. Either of these has the effect of “de-lofting” the club. That is, keeping your hands forward flattens the face angle of the club.
This is especially good advice for Michigan golfers in the spring, where wind is a constant function.
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